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Orders placed before 1pm are dispatched the same day* - DPD next working day deliveries are delivered Monday - Friday
Orders placed before 1pm are dispatched the same day* - DPD next working day deliveries are delivered Monday - Friday

Slow feeding puzzle bowl


United Kingdom Delivery

Orders under £50: £3.95
Orders over £50: Free

Next working day delivery: £7.50 (Isles & Highlands, surcharges may apply and is a 2 day service however we cannot guarantee this)

All orders that include ProFleece: From £7.50 sent via DPD

**Important Please Note: Next working day delivery is Monday to Friday only and excluding Bank Holidays. This days are dictated by the courier companies and not us.**

If your order is urgent or you require tracking information we strongly suggest you chose the next working day option. For orders sent via Royal Mail, we cannot be held responsible for any delays or missing items.

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This slow feeding bowl is perfect for dogs who eat their food too quickly on a regular basis.


  • Large interior indentations that encourage the dog to eat or drink at a slower pace.
  • Helps to prevent gulping behaviour so digestion is easier.
  • Available in 3 sizes.
  • Colours may vary from shown.

The Slow feeder bowl is extremely effective for dogs that eat fast, but also for all dogs in general! Like in humans, eating slower and chewing food better significantly improves digestion. As a result, you will feel less bloat, have less gas, reduce regurgitation, chocking and have better gut health overall.

Dogs that eat fast often ingest air along with their food (aerophagia). The result of this can vary from mild discomfort to fatality. Just as in humans, swallowing excess air can lead to excess gas and stomach aches in dogs. However, dogs have the unique risk of getting bloat. While bloat in humans may result in a temporary inability to squeeze into skinny jeans, the consequences for dogs are far more serious.

Bloat (technically termed Gastric Dilation and Volvulus or GDV) is a fast-acting, life-threatening condition. This occurs when a dog's stomach literally flips over, causing blockages to and from the stomach. Bloat typically results in a distended stomach, breathing issues, compromised blood flow, stomach rupture and other severe symptoms.

The slow feeder bowl slows down your dog's eating as well as provide mental stimulation, keeping your dogs' mind occupied.